活出愛 : Live Out Love — One of my favorite Chinese praise songs

There are so many uplifting praise songs used in the Chinese church today.  Here is one of my favorites I found to share with my choir members in Luzhou.  Perhaps when I return, our praise team (seen below, last year) will have taken this one to heart, preparing it for our weekly Sunday morning and evening services, the latter of which has a wide range of attendees,  young and old alike.

I look forward  to joining them in the future, after virus fears have long since faded and we meet together once again in worship.

I’ve included an captioned English version below for those whose Chinese language skills might need brushing up … or are non-existent.

Here’s wishing you 平安 (ping ahn), Peace, for your day. Enjoy!

 

 

About connieinchina

I have been in the Asia region for 30 years as an English language teacher. 28 of those have been spent with the Amity Foundation, a Chinese NGO that works in all areas of development for the Chinese people. Amity teachers are placed at small colleges throughout China as instructors of English language majors in the education field. In other words, my students will one day be English teachers themselves in their small villages or towns once they graduate. Currently, this is my 13th year in Luzhou Vocational and Technical College. The college is located in Luzhou city (loo-joe), Sichuan Province, a metropolis of 5 million people located next to the Yangtze River .
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1 Response to 活出愛 : Live Out Love — One of my favorite Chinese praise songs

  1. Kate says:

    Sharing with friends who participate in choirs across the country…..

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